Templar Swords 

Ref. 2077

107,81 € 119,79 € -10%
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Sword Grand Master of the Temple finished in steel and black stainless blade. Length 105 cm.

Ref. 2076

111,40 € 123,78 € -10%
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Sword Great Master of the Temple finished in silver, stainless steel blade. Length 105 cm.

Ref. 2783

38,64 € 42,93 € -10%
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Sky Knights medium sword with Templar cross in the knob, decorated in bronze and stainless steel blade. Length 75 cm.

Ref. 2070

87,15 € 96,84 € -10%
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Sky Knights sword decorated in silver with Templar cross in the pommel. Stainless steel blade. Length 108 cm.

Ref. 3833

114,37 € 127,07 € -10%
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Sword of Knight Templar natural size with aged brass and silver finished. Blade in stainless steel, tempered, forged and polished. Length 120 cm and weight 2.8 kg.

Ref. 5513BKH-LOR

73,19 € 81,32 € -10%
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Decorative sword replica of the Knights Templar. Made of carbon steel. Wooden handle covered with leather and bronze knob. Leather sheath included

Ref. 2784

41,15 € 45,73 € -10%
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Templar Sword in medium dimension decorated in brass, stainless steel blade. Length 75 cm.

Ref. 2255

138,36 € 153,73 € -10%
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Sky Knights sword with Templar cross on the handle and stainless steel blade. It includes sheath. 108 cm length.

Ref. 1829

116,87 € 129,86 € -10%
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Templar sword with rigid scabbard decorated with brass. Length 112 cm. Material: Zamak.

Ref. 1830

118,90 € 132,11 € -10%
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Templar sword with rigid scabbard decorated with nickel. Length 112 cm. Material: Zamak.

Ref. 2256

136,56 € 151,73 € -10%
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Knights of the Sky Sword with scabbard, decorated in black and gold. Length 108 cm. Stainless steel blade.

Ref. 4066

170,70 € 189,67 € -10%
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Templar sword finished in bronze and silver with leather handle. Stainless steel blade engraved in low relief with Templar motifs, forged, tempered and polished. Length 120 cms, weight 2 kg.

Ref. 50349

31,58 € 35,09 € -10%
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Templar sword with leather scabbard and belt. Stainless steel blade. Total length 58.5 cm blade 43 cm.

Ref. 50348

93,35 € 103,72 € -10%
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Templar Sword with steel blade and wooden panel.

Ref. 50347

50,22 € 55,81 € -10%
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Templar sword with rigid scabbard.

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Ref. 51639

199,99 €
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Functional sword with hand forged high carbon steel blade. Pommel and crossguard plated in sterling silver. Hardwood grip with details in leather and brass wire. Translucent red cross embedded in the pommel.

Ref. 51664

309,99 €
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Around 1066 A. D. Normans invade Britain led by William "The Conqueror", the first Norman king of England. This functional sword with forged blade in 1065 high carbon steel has a pommel with William´s battle cross engraved on it. The Cross also appears along the blade. The sturdy wooden grip is covered in dark red leather and surrounded by a silver...

Ref. 51716

202,99 €
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Beautiful Templar sword with engraved stainless steel blade and templar symbols embedded in the silver coloured hilt.

Ref. 51727

290,99 €
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Templar Sword of the Order of the Knights Templar, inspired by the Spanish swords of the time of Philip II for the openwork design of the blade. Silver hilt with gold damascene details. Garnet velvet grip. Pommel with the seal of the Templar Order. Cross with the inscription of the Knights Templar in Latin SIGILUM MILITUM XPISTI.

Ref. 51772

230,99 €
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Templar sword from the Marto collection. Golden handle with red contrasts and special acid engraving in deep black. Total length: 118 cm.

Ref. 51773

217,99 €
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Templar sword with silver hilt with blue contrasts and blade with acid etched engraving in deep black.

Ref. 51799

81,99 €
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Templar Sword in 75 cm cadet size. Stainless steel fullered blade. Silver handle with aged wrought iron finish.

Ref. 52232

95,12 € 105,69 € -10%
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Sword of templar knight used in crusades of the eleventh century. Ideal for collectors and recreationists given its impressive quality

Ref. 52233

104,79 € 116,44 € -10%
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Sword of templar knight used in crusades of the eleventh century. Ideal for collectors and recreationists given its impressive quality

Ref. 51621

340,01 €
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This Templar sword has a hand-forged carbon steel blade. The pommel has a very detailed Templar coin on each side with a Latin inscription and symbols representing the Order. The handle is lined with red leather. It includes a leather-lined wooden scabbard and a belt with metal decoration.

Ref. 51715

218,90 €
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Sword of the Order of the Knights Templar, with gold coloured engraved handle and inlaid Templar decoration.

Ref. 2056

48,34 € 53,71 € -10%
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Templar sword decorated in brass, stainless steel blade. Length 105 cm.

Ref. 2222

59,30 € 65,88 € -10%
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Templar sword with a rigid scabbard decorated in brass, stainless steel blade. Length 105 cm.

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Templar Swords Reproductions of the swords of the Order of the Temple.

At the end of the eleventh century the Church decided to intervene directly in the Holy Land, calling a Holy War to guarantee the safety of the pilgrims to Jerusalem, who were constantly besieged by the Muslims. By the way, the Byzantine Empire was being helped and asked for help because of the Turkish siege as disputes were closed and all Christians were united under the same banner.

After many battles the First Crusade ended in 1099 taking Jerusalem, until that time dominated by Baldwin I. Several years later nine Christian knights, led by Hugo de Payens began to protect pilgrims traveling to the Holy Land. Alone at first but supported by the king later. They obtained a place to settle in the vicinity of the ancient Temple of Solomon and some time later they would have the entire complex as the headquarters that would give the order its name (Templarios). After years of formalities the order was formally recognized by the Church in 1129, and its rules and regulations were established, after which it had an exponential growth, both in followers and in property and properties.

This growth was due to a myriad of reasons. On the one hand they were excluded from the jurisprudence and only the Pope had power over them. They received fortunes in the form of testaments and contributions from the nobles who joined them. In the middle of the 13th century it was the most important economic force in Europe and its members hovered around 30,000 knights. Their success on a moral level is motivated by the exploits they performed during the Crusades, which gave them worldwide fame and in turn the loss of the Holy Land was the beginning of the end of the Order, in addition to the misgivings caused by its growing power.

Philip IV of France, who was heavily indebted to the Templars, began a brutal smear campaign with the intention of keeping his assets. He pressured Pope Clement V and in 1307 a large number of Templars were arrested, tortured and finally burned at the stake, but not before being forced to confess false crimes and heresies to tarnish the image of the Order. They were officially dissolved in the year 1312 and most of their belongings went to the crowns that were behind the smear campaign